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The accompanying data are 45 commute times to work in minutes for workers of age 16 or older in Chicago. Construct a frequency distribution. Use a class width of 15 minutes and begin with a lower class limit of 0 minutes. Do the data amounts appear to have a normal? distribution? Examine the data and identify anything appearing to be unique. Construct the frequency distribution. Commute Time (minutes) Frequency (Type whole numbers.)… Show moreCommute Times60153530154510151530303045302020154560153030603045301245201045453560202030480453060452530Do the data amounts appear to have a normal? distribution?A.?No, because while the distribution is approximately? symmetric, the frequencies start at a maximum and become low.B.?Yes, because the frequencies start? low, proceed to one or two high? frequencies, then decrease to a low? frequency, and the distribution is approximately symmetric.C.?No, because the frequencies start at a maximum and become? low, and because the distribution is not symmetric.D.?No, because while the frequencies start? low, proceed to one or two high? frequencies, then decrease to a low? frequency, the distribution is not symmetric.Examine the data and identify anything appearing to be unique. Select all that apply.A.Most of the data values are rounded to the nearest 5 or 10? minutes, and may be estimates of actual commute times.B.The data are presented as quantitative but are actually categorical.C.The unusually large value of minutes appears to be an error in recording the data.D.Based on the gaps in the? distribution, the data appear to be from two different populations.MathStatistics and Probability MA 120

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